• Decorating Triple Pane Windows

    Properly dressing your windows can be a challenge, and going with simple, boring blinds can be very tempting. But with a little bit of time and thought, you can come up with fantastic, eye-catching window treatment designs that will really bring your room to life.

    This video from HGTV demonstrates how many different window treatment arrangements can be used to accommodate three windows arranged on a wall. You’ll also learn about how to use color, hardware, and fabric patterns to harmonize many of the design elements you already have in your room.

    Do you need help designing the right window treatments for your home? The replacement window experts at Orlando’s Window World can help you find the right window and window treatment styles you need to bring out the best features of your home. Call us today at (321) 282-6200 for more information.

  • Learning More: Home Window Security & Double-Pane Windows

    When you replace your windows with new, energy-efficient models, you will increase the security and efficiency of your home. Visit these resources to discover more about home window security and the leading causes of double-pane window problems.

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    Contact Window World of Orlando by calling (321) 282-6200 to learn all about our professional window replacement services . Our window installers can provide you with energy efficient windows that boost the overall security of your home. Call us today to schedule a free in-home demonstration!

  • What Causes Windows to Fog?

    Your windows are designed to provide you with a clear and beautiful view of the outside world. When a window is fogged and covered with condensation, you are no longer able to enjoy the view. Not only does condensation ruin your view, but it can also lead to serious damage to your windows. Here is a closer look at what causes window fog and condensation in double-paned windows:

    Foggy Window

    Water Vapor

    Water vapor is present in the air at all times and is the cause of condensation and window fogging. When air is warm, these water molecules are spaced far apart and travel through the air. As the air cools down, the water molecules get closer together and settle on solid surfaces. Water molecules collect on the surface of the window because it is typically the coolest surface in a room.

    Indoor Air Humidity

    Humidity in your home’s indoor air will cause condensation on your windows. Activities such as cooking and showering will increase the moisture content of your air. To temporarily reduce your indoor humidity, you can open your windows. If humidity and condensation become a regular problem, you will need to contact a ventilating contractor to help you improve your home’s ventilation.

    Dangers of Condensation

    Double paned windows are treated with gas or silica pellets that are designed to absorb moisture. When these absorbent materials fail, you will notice condensation building up between the window panes. Over time, this moisture will lead to damage to the windows. The surface of the glass can become etched from water damage, and your windows may no longer properly insulate your home.

    If you are experiencing window condensation and fogging issues, contact Window World of Orlando. We will install replacement windows that are well insulated, energy efficient, and beautiful. To schedule an estimate with one of our window replacement technicians, call our Orlando location at (321) 282-6200.

  • Watch: Energy-Efficient Windows Can Help Cut Down on Air Conditioning Costs

    Your air conditioning system makes up over 50% of your monthly energy bill. Energy efficient windows can help you significantly cut down on your air conditioning costs. When you are shopping for replacement windows, look for windows with the ENERGY STAR label. To learn more about how replacement windows can lower your air conditioning costs, watch this video from CPS Energy.

    At Window World of Orlando, we have an extensive inventory of energy-efficient windows that will look beautiful in your home. Our energy-efficient windows will help make your cooling system more efficient, and will save you money on your energy bills. To schedule a free in-home window demonstration, call us at (321) 282-6200. 

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